Ouya emulators

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Ouya console.png
Developer Ouya, Inc.
Type Home video game console
Generation Eighth generation
Release date 2013
Discontinued 2015
Introductory price $99

The Ouya (Pronounced "OO-ya"), stylized as OUYA, is an 8th gen console powered by Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).


The OUYA is Android based so you can use any Android emulator which runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) applications properly. The OUYA Framework is required for OUYA emulation. You'll need to install it on your preferred Android emulator. It can be downloaded here. As the OUYA does not accept keyboard input, you'll need to hook up a controller. XInput controllers work fine, original OUYA controller is not recognized yet.

There are two crucial things for OUYA emulation;

Keep in mind that OUYA controller requires to be seen as virtual Xbox controller for BlueStacks emulator. See available XInput wrappers. See this guide for NoxPlayer emulator.

Main article: Android_emulators


ROMs can be found at Archive.org's The Ouya Library.